Welcome to the 30th Annual Crestone Energy Fair
We are pleased to announced that Primamundi.com founder Lee Temple will be giving the keynote speech at the Crestone Energy Fair on Saturday, August 17th, and we're happy to invite everyone to stop by to share in the learning, celebrations, and to hear Lee's speech.
Climate Solutions NOW for Seven Generations - The Crestone Energy Fair is celebrating it's 30th year in 2019. This special event serves as a meeting place for education, sharing solutions and providing an opportunity for the community of Crestone to explore the topics of sustainable building and energy generation.
The global transition to clean energy, explained in 12 charts
As you might have heard, the planet is warming up, and in response, people are trying to switch to cleaner energy, to heat it up less, or at least more slowly. So how’s that going?
Today, May 20, is World Bee Day. Today we seek to raise awareness about the importance of bees and other pollinating insects for the sake of the planet’s ecological health and our human survival. Try to imagine a world without bees.
New UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration offers unparalleled opportunity for job creation, food security and addressing climate change
The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, declared today by the UN General Assembly, aims to massively scale up the restoration of degraded and destroyed ecosystems as a proven measure to fight the climate crisis and enhance food security, water supply and biodiversity.
'You did not act in time': Greta Thunberg's full speech to MPs
Read the full text of the speech Greta Thunberg gave to MPs at the Houses of Parliament.
My name is Greta Thunberg. I am 16 years old. I come from Sweden. And I speak on behalf of future generations.
60 Minutes swarmed by mosquitoes ... in Siberia?
In Soviet gulags, guards used to use mosquitoes to torture prisoners. During a recent summer reporting trip to Siberia, a 60 Minutes team found out why.
Biodiversity loss accelerates with 1 million species at risk of extinction, UN report finds
People are putting nature in more trouble now than at any other time in human history, with extinction looming over 1 million species of plants and animals, scientists said Monday.
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The biggest lesson from the first Earth Day: When we come together, the impact can be monumental.
PARENTING THE CLIMATE-CHANGE GENERATION
Kids are taking over the streets in other countries, rallying and chanting and refusing to go to school one day a week.
This Is the First Picture of a Black Hole — And That's a Big, Even Supermassive, Deal
A picture of a black hole is one of those great, self-negating concepts, like the sound of silence, the presence of absence or the lives of the dead. The nature of one refutes the other. But a picture of a black hole has arrived nonetheless — revealed Wednesday morning in simultaneous press conferences held in six different locations around the world.